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    early WW1 photo of Pattern 1903 bayonet

    I found this this old photo on the internet some years ago and it said:

    Franceicon 1916

    Interesting to see the troops from India using the Pattern 1903 bayonet, rifles
    could be Mark 1** IP upgraded to Mark lll too ?


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    The Indians preferred the 03 to the 07 and kept them on longer than the UKicon

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    I like the 1903 better too, the blade was more to the point for it's use.
    Regards, Jim

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